This is one of the saddest posts I may ever write about.
As I write this, this is my saddest moment on this trip to date. No, I didn’t lose my backpack nor my wallet (knock on wood), but I
lost accidently deleted my collection of graffiti photos in Melbourne before backing them up on my laptop. The saddest post I’ll write for sure.
I actually love this type of street art when it’s done tastefully. And I would consider Melbourne one the world’s great capitals of street art.
Q & I zigzagged the streets of New Brunswick and Fitzroy taking many photos along the way. There were really over a 100 great graffiti shots I took with my DSLR and they’ve fallen into the abyss. Luckily Q took some photos herself on our point & shoot (note: my DSLR had about 90% of the graffiti shots). But at least we have a handful to share!
You’ll find this down one of the alleys within the city center.
This was only about half of the mega Jam Master Jay tribute wall.
First attempt to do a panoramic stitched photo.
This is what the software came up with.
I didn’t even want to write a post about this, but Q thought I still should because it was a big learning lesson for us, (for me). Make sure to TRIPLE check that you’ve backed up your photos before you delete them off your memory card.